Search Warrant yields illicit cannabis and Unauthorized possession of a Firearm

On December 25, 2020, the Three Hills RCMP executed a Search Warrant pursuant to the Cannabis Act at a residence in Three Hills, Alberta. Police located and seized a large amount of illicit cannabis and cannabis plants, as well as a firearm. The accused did not have a firearms license. A 23-year old male from Three Hills was arrested and is scheduled to appear at the Drumheller Provincial Courthouse on February 19, 2021 on the following charges:

S. 8(1)(b) Cannabis Act – Possession of ill

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Three Hills Town Council approves 2021 Budget

The Three Hills Town Council meetings of December 14 consisted first of a “Public Hearing for Land Use Bylaw 1458-20” and then the Regular Council Meeting which had in it a “Closed Session” with final adjournment coming at 9:12 PM.

There were no submissions or representations for the Public Hearing and Council had the Bylaw recommended for approval.

The regular meeting of Council was called to order at 5:35 PM, and had eight items of business to deal with, apart from the

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Trochu Council passes Interim 2021 Budget

Trochu Town Council held a Zoom Council meeting on December 14th, with all Councilors in virtual attendance as well as Lavinia Henderson of Civic Solutions, and Dave Nelson, Director of Operations, Carl Peterson, CAO, and Toni Nelson, Recording Secretary. Mayor Kletke called the virtual meeting to order at 6pm.

After accepting the agenda, previous minutes, and housekeeping listing, Council moved on to Staff Reports.

The water/wastewater report, and the Grant Writer’s report, were passed w

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Kneehill County Council Report

Kneehill County held a regular meeting of council on Tuesday Dec. 8, 2020, which was called to order at 8:30 a.m. by Reeve Jerry Wittstock.

The first item on the Councils agenda was item 6.1.1, Proposed Amendments of the Municipal Development Plan (MDP), presented by, Barb Hazelton.

The County’s MPD Bylaw guides future land use and development, growth patterns, transportation systems, and municipal services. When the bylaw was adopted by Kneehill County Council on Sept. 22, 2020, some of

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